May 24, 2022

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Fifth CAQ MP leaves political career

(Quebec) CAQ The fifth woman in the Caucasus, Huntingdon MNA Claire Isabel, has announced her retirement from political life at the end of her decree.

Released at 4:43 p.m.

Tommy Sonard

Tommy Sonard
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In the past month, Suzanne Danzero (Vertchers), and Emily Foster (Charlevoix-Cote-de-Fuebre), as well as Ministers Daniel McCann (Sanguinet) and Marguerite Place (Privost) have indicated that they are not looking for another mandate. . In the last two cases, the announcement was made hastily when these elected officials were under opposition criticism for managing the epidemic in the CHSLDs.

For his part, Claire Isabel is leaving politics after a term. “The MP, who has worked in university teaching and research for 25 years, is returning to his projects here and abroad,” the party said in a statement on Friday afternoon.

So far, this is the sixth launch in CAQ. Denis Tardif (Rivière-du-Loup-Témiscouata) has announced that he will not be running for a second term due to health issues. Amelie Dion, Press Secretary to the Minister of Tourism Carolyn Brox, will represent the CAQ on this ride during the autumn elections. Another woman, Susan Roy, former mayor of Saint-Julie and former president of the Union of Quebec Municipalities, wears the colors of the party at Versace.

On Sunday, the CAQ will suddenly field a dozen candidates for riding in Montreal, where its chances are slim – for example, in the Liberal strongholds in the West. The absence of Prime Minister Franசois Legold is significant. Ministers Chandel Roulo and Benoit Charrett will attend the press conference.

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